April Gallery Stroll - April 20, 2018 6-9pm

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15th Street Gallery – 1519 S 1500 E; 801-468-1515
Presenting Lindsay Frei, Jill Barton and Andrew Skorut, as well as a diverse selection of small works from the back gallery.

A Gallery – 1321 S 2100 E; 801-583-4800
Featuring work by select A Gallery artists including Jennifer Rasmusson, Roland Thompson, Royden Card and Jared Walker.

Alice Gallery – 617 E South Temple; 801-236-7555
Presenting Florescentia: Emily Fox King. These floral paintings in oil express Fox King's own brand of femininity: bold, colorful, awkward, wonky, explosive, varied, and overwhelmingly gorgeous.

Alpine Art – 430 E South Temple; 801-355-1155
Presenting Persistence of Paradox by Brad Teare. The exhibit simultaneously explores the visual complexity of Teare's graphic novel "Cypher" and the significance of its quirky, Jungian mythology..

Anthony's Fine Art and Antiques – 401 E 200 S; 801-328-2231
Visit Anthony’s to see Norman Rockwell’s Sampson (1947), a newly discovered, monumental artwork by Rockwell (American, 1894-1978).

Art Access – 230 S 500 W #125; 328-0703
Presenting Stigma, work by Fiona Phillips, Grip by Cara Means and Collective by Elizabeth Wilson.

Art at the Main – Ground floor of the Main City Library, 210 E 400 S; 801-363-4088
Featuring James W. Stewart’s Night and Day. Each painting reflects Jim's exploration of "the interconnection of realistic and abstract shapes.”

Arts of the World Gallery – 802 S 600 E; 801-532-8035
Closed for April Gallery Stroll.

Commerce & Craft – 1950 South 1100 East; 801-207-1030
Featuring TOTEMS, works by the three generations of artist that make up Carne Art studio from Texas. Mother, daughter and Granddaughter; Cathy, Carie and Sharae create clay forms inspired by animals and nature. The totems are a celebration of color and texture inspired by the great outdoors.

David Dee Fine Arts – 1709 E 1300 S #201; 801-583-8143
Stop in and see several new arrivals depicting the American Southwest, including two masterworks of woodblock printmaking. “Grand Canyon” by Japanese master Hiroshi Yoshida is a rare woodblock print from 1928 in pristine condition. "Hopi Katzinas" by renowned American woodblock print artist Gustave Baumann, is also from the 1920s.

David Ericson Fine Art – 418 S 200 W; 801-533-8245
Presenting new work by Michael Workman and Zackary Proctor.

Downtown Artist Collective (DAC) – 265 E 100 S;
Presenting InVISIBLE Monster, a multimedia exhibit featuring the work of Heather Romney and Katie Strader. InVISIBLE Monsters is a show about surfacing the invisible battles we face everyday within ourselves.

DRAW Inc. Gallery – 752 6th Avenue; 801- 893-2404
Presenting Still Life With______. Featuring the artwork of emerging artists Tom Shrieve and Scott Beadles, this exhibit showcases surreal and introspective photography created with found images and alternative processes.

Evergreen Framing Co. & Gallery – 3295 S 2000 E; 801-467-8770
Closed for April Gallery Stroll.

Every Blooming Thing – 1344 S 2100 E, 801-521-4773
Featuring work by GJ LaBonty, Mary Ann Free Smith, Joan Zone and other talented artists.

Evolutionary Healthcare – 461 E 200 S; 801-519-2461
Featuring the work of fine art wildlife and nature photographer, Howie Garber.

Final Kick Ankle and Foot Clinic – 348 East 4500 South #370; 385-770-7203
New to Gallery Stroll!! You are cordially invited to the Final Kick Ankle and Foot Clinic located at 348 East 4500 South STE 370! See work by emerging artists, Kathy Simpson and Oscar Da Silva. Be part of the Salt Lake City art scene and enjoy light refreshments and kombucha.

Finch Lane Gallery – 1340 E 100 S (in Reservoir Park); 801-596-5000
Presenting Lenka Konopasek exhibition of paper constructions in Darker Territory. Also presenting the mixed media works of Sarah Bown Roberts in her exhibition Head Lands. Gallery talks will be presented by Sarah Bown Roberts at 5:45 and by Lenka Konopasek at 6:00 pm.

Flow Art Space – 363 S 500 E #208; 612-242-8796
This April Earth Day organizers urge us to "Imagine a world without plastic pollution." In this spirit, Flow Art Space presents artwork made by Erik Olson for its inaugural exhibition in Utah. Erik Olson creates artwork that addresses the effects of consumerism and mass consumption.

Fringe Gallery – 345 W Pierpont Ave; 385-202-7511
Featuring works by David LeCheminant. These intricate, contemporary wooden wall and free-standing sculptures draw inspiration from abstract expressionism, cubism and constructivism, recalling works by the late artist/sculptor, Louise Nevelson.

Glass House – 3910 Highland Drive; 801-666-8968
Closed for April Gallery Stroll.

George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Gallery – Salt Lake Community College Center for Arts & Media, South City Campus 1575 S State Street; 801-957-4496
Presenting Neurons Like Ghosts by Banyan Fierer. This exhibit engages the viewer into a visceral and somatic experience with neurological transformation; creating an environment of sound, sight and soma that gives us the opportunity for transformation through adversity: Adjusting our frequency in order to achieve a desired state of consciousness.

Harmons Grocery City Creek – 135 E 100 S; 801-428-0365
Kirk Parkinson paints primarily with oil but occasionally uses both acrylic and pastel. His work has evolved from moderate impressionism toward a level of realism that more faithfully celebrates the perfect composition of Mother Nature.

Hein Atelier of Traditional Art – 16 W 700 S; 801-502-9185
Closed for April Gallery Stroll.

Hope Gallery – 151 S Main; 801-532-1336
Featuring works by Danish artist, Knud Edsberg (1911-2003). Although his favored style was that of the old European masters, he had a love for the Early Impressionist’s emphasis on color and light. This is evident in many of his genre paintings executed in "plein air.

Horne Fine Art – 142 E 800 S; 801-533-4200
Presenting April Showers, May Flowers, featuring Karen Horne's bold new umbrella and rain paintings, including new scenes of the Rio Grande Depot, Main Street, the Eccles Theatre, Temple Square, Vivint, and Mrs. Backer's. Also presenting appealing garden and floral paintings by Ryan Cannon and Phyllis Horne.

Lanny Barnard Gallery – 110 Trolley Square, 706 E 600 S; 801-364-4482
Featuring new landscape paintings by Lanny Barnard.

Macaroni Gallery – 244 S 500 W #107; 801-554-8170
The featured artist in the Macaroni Gallery for April is Jordan C. Brun with works from his “GARISH” Collection. These images are a duality of paint media that offers one view to the naked eye and a different view when using black light.

Michael Berry Gallery – 163 E 300 S; 801-521-0243
April is the coolest month at Michael Berry Gallery. Tom Shankweiler and Jill Bauer will show along with the sculptural work of Jordan Snow. Wildlife and landscape photography of Alexandra Shankweiler will show on the East wall.

Modern West Fine Art – 177 East 200 South 801-355-3383
Modern West Fine Art is proud to present works by popular Modernist artists, Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak. Emphasizing how they worked in cohesion, while establishing their own distinct voices, their legacy and influence on each other and on other artists continues to impact the contemporary artists featured at Modern West Fine today.

Mountain West Hard Cider – 425 North 400 West; 801-935-4147
Open until 7:00 pm on Gallery Stroll. Due to changes in Utah State liquor laws, Gallery Stroll can no longer list this venue. For special Gallery Stroll exhibits in this 21+ venue, please visit their FaceBook Event Page here.

Nostalgia Café – 248 E 100 S; 801-532-5638
Closed for April Gallery Stroll.

Nox Contemporary; – 440 S 400 W Suite H; 801-289-6269
Presenting Frank McEntire’s First Response.

Phillips Gallery – 444 E 200 S; 801-364-8284
Presenting new work by Connie Borup. Also showing black and white photography by Scott Peterson in the Dibble Gallery.

Relics Framemakers & Gallery– 4685 S Holladay Blvd.; 801-272-8312
Featuring art by Robert McFarland, Steve McGinty and Simon Winegar. Stop in and socialize with the artists and view their artwork.

Rio Gallery – 300 S Rio Grande; 801-245-7272
Closed for April Gallery Stroll.

Sego 3 Fine Art – 661 S 200 E; 801-328-9848
Presenting a collection of paintings, photos and publications by the late Gibbs Smith, artist, writer, activist, environmentalist and friend of many good causes.

The Stockist – 875 E 900 S; 801-535-3548
Presenting Paradise is Crowded, a collection of paintings by Jake Miller, an accomplished local tattoo artist and self proclaimed mythology expert. Drawing from both Western and Eastern influences, Miller explores some of the ideas surrounding "our" planet and the many dangers that come along with living on it.

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty's - 9th & 9th Office – 870 E 900 S; 801-467-2100
Featuring the work of Regina Stenberg. Stenberg creates ethereal black-and-white drawings of different patterns in nature, such as clouds and waves. She uses powdered graphite to create a very soft and painterly effect, resulting in a contemplative impression.

TURN City Center for the Arts –511 W 200 S #160, 801-924-0347
Creation and creativity are very important to the artists at City Center for the Arts, an arts-based day program for adults with disabilities. The center acts as a studio for thirty developing artists with a wide variety of interests and perspectives. This month featuring a series of mixed media collages.

Urban Arts Gallery – 137 South Rio Grande Street; 801-651-3937
Urban Arts Gallery will split its space in half to present two distinct yet complementary exhibits. Upcycle features artwork made with repurposed materials, found objects and reimagined methods. Urban Visions features vignettes of daily life and art celebrating city living.

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art – 20 S West Temple; 801-328-4201
Looking for something fun (and legal) to do on 4/20? Join UMOCA and the Utah Brewers Guild for the overwhelmingly popular Fluid Art. Each participating brewery chooses a unique artwork from UMOCA’s current exhibitions to pair with an equally unique beer. 21+ only. All patrons require a ticket.

Winderemere Real Estate's Redman Gallery – 6th and 7th Floors of the Redman Building, 1240 E 2100 S #600; 801-485-3151
Presenting a SOLO show, by the talented and well-known local artist, Jimmi Toro! Toro is an American contemporary artist, painter, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and music producer. His art speaks to a balance of control and chaos, primarily focusing on the human element.

 


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